Why isn’t the Fitness Industry Tackling the Obesity Market?

Why isn’t the Fitness Industry Tackling the Obesity Market?

Despite the fact that there are now more budget gym chains as well as premium fitness facilities in Australia than ever before, most Aussies are still overweight. Data provided by The Sydney Morning Herald reveals that 70% of Australian men are considered obese, while women are slightly better off at just 56%. This is especially surprising…

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Stephen Eddey talks about Controlled Carbohydrate Nutrition

Stephen Eddey talks about Controlled Carbohydrate Nutrition

By Stephen Eddey Unfortunately, the obesity epidemic worsens the morbidity and mortality rates in Australia[i] In practice, however, governments are reluctant to take responsibility for this multi-factorial problem that is exacerbated by modern lifestyles because it involves standing up to vested interests.[ii] Staggeringly, in 2004–05, more than half (54%) of all adults, or 7.4 million…

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From personal success to business growth

From personal success to business growth

We started our own ketogenic diet journey of discovery almost four years ago. After much reading and research, we decided to implement a ketogenic diet program ourselves. Soon after, we found our health dramatically improving; transforming our lives and overall health. We then began to realise that this diet could also help many of our…

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Meet Linda from Melbourne Naturopathy

Meet Linda from Melbourne Naturopathy

Meet Linda, Naturopath, Ultra Lite Practitioner and owner of Melbourne Naturopathy. We spoke to Linda to find out more about her passion for naturopathy and how the Ultra Lite program fits with her practice, Melbourne Naturopathy and helps her achieve her practice goal of helping her clients regain control of their health and well being….

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How The Ketogenic Diet Supports Your Weight Loss

How The Ketogenic Diet Supports Your Weight Loss

  Ketosis – The fat breakdown   On the Ultra Lite Ketogenic diet, clients focus on eating minimal carbohydrates, moderate amounts of protein and a high amount of healthy fats to achieve ‘nutritional ketosis’. If carbohydrates are restricted for a period of time (i.e. longer than three days), the body increases it’s ketone levels. Ketones are…

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